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January 2020 Archives

Parenting issues can be resolved if you're willing to compromise

Parents always struggle to be on the same page when it comes to their kids. Whether it's trying to decide on the best school or having true arguments about how to raise their child together to become a positive member of society, conflicts are normal. Even parents who get along well and who agree on most things about raising children may find themselves at odds at time.

Set up a cohabitation agreement and protect your interests

If you and another person want to live together but aren't going to be married, one kind of protection that you might want to look into is a cohabitation agreement. This agreement, also known as a "living together" agreement is a legal document that you should carefully consider because it allows you to safeguard yourself and to protect your individual interests and assets.

Provide support for your child after your divorce

One thing should be clear about divorce, and that's the fact that it can have a negative psychological effect on children. Even if the divorce itself is relatively calm and collected, children may still suffer from the changes that they face. They have a lot of emotions to process, and they may need support to bounce back.